0486.HK - United Company RUSAL Plc

HKSE - HKSE Delayed Price. Currency in HKD
2.070
0.000 (0.00%)
As of 2:41PM HKT. Market open.
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Previous Close2.070
Open2.070
Bid2.070 x 0
Ask2.080 x 0
Day's Range2.050 - 2.090
52 Week Range1.310 - 6.090
Volume1,637,000
Avg. Volume15,101,257
Market Cap31.45B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.84
PE Ratio (TTM)3.31
EPS (TTM)0.625
Earnings DateNov 5, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-09-07
1y Target Est0.93
  • Reuters3 days ago

    BRIEF-Russia's En+ says optimistic over plan presented to OFAC

    Oct 15 (Reuters) - En+ Group PLC says: * Lord Barker of Battle, independent chairman of the group, has formally presented OFAC with a comprehensive plan to effect both a change of control and corporate ...

  • Bloomberg6 days ago

    U.S. Allows More Time for Deripaska Talks on U.S. Sanctions

    Treasury said in a statement that licenses allowing Rusal to continue doing business would be extended a month to Dec. 12. U.S. government officials are in talks with negotiators about lifting sanctions on En+ Group Plc, the company that holds Deripaska’s stake in Rusal.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    U.S. extends deadlines for sanctioned Russian firms EN+, Rusal

    The United States on Friday said it was granting investors another month to divest their holdings of sanctioned Russian companies EN+ (ENPLq.L ) and Rusal and was giving the firms more time to address their business operations. The U.S. Treasury Department in April imposed sanctions against billionaire Oleg Deripaska and eight companies in which he is a large shareholder, including aluminum exporter Rusal, citing "malign activities" by Russia. Deripaska also held a controlling interest in EN+, which in turn controls Rusal, the world's biggest aluminum producer outside China.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    U.S. extends deadlines for sanctioned Russian firms EN+, Rusal

    The United States on Friday said it was granting investors another month to divest their holdings of sanctioned Russian companies EN+ (ENPLq.L ) and Rusal and was giving the firms more time to address their business operations. The U.S. Treasury Department in April imposed sanctions against billionaire Oleg Deripaska and eight companies in which he is a large shareholder, including aluminum exporter Rusal, citing "malign activities" by Russia. Deripaska also held a controlling interest in EN+, which in turn controls Rusal, the world's biggest aluminum producer outside China.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    U.S. gives sanctioned Russian companies more time to tackle operations

    WASHINGTON, Oct 12 (Reuters) - The United States on Friday said it was allowing additional time for sanctioned Russian companies EN+ (ENPLq.L ) and Rusal to address their business operations through Dec. ...

  • Reuters8 days ago

    BP CEO - Rusal-like sanctions on Rosneft would shut Europe energy system

    LONDON (Reuters) - BP (BP.L) Chief Executive Bob Dudley said if the United States imposed sanctions on Russian energy firms Gazprom (GAZP.MM) and Rosneft (ROSN.MM) such as it did on aluminium producer ...

  • Reuters9 days ago

    India's aluminium makers win Japan sales in market shake-up

    TOKYO/NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian aluminium makers including Hindalco Industries (HALC.NS) and Vedanta Ltd (VDAN.NS) are boosting sales to Japan as U.S. sanctions against Russia's Rusal and import tariffs shake up traditional supply routes. India's product has generally not been regarded as high enough quality by Japan's demanding buyers, who have preferred top-tier producers like Rio Tinto (RIO.AX) (RIO.L), Alcoa (AA.N) and South32 (S32.AX) as well as United Company Rusal.

  • TheStreet.com10 days ago

    Trump's Russia Sanctions Tested as Rusal Proves 'Too Big to Sanction'

    U.S. consumers stand to take the major hit from additional Russia sanctions if the Trump administration moves forward with the next stage. Russia's weight in the energy markets could lead to a spike in crude oil should the U.S. puts restrictions on additional Russian companies. The effect of sanctions in the global price of aluminum is a clear example of what could happened to the price of crude oil.

  • Trump’s Sanctions Tested as U.S. Retreats From Rusal Penalty
    Bloomberg10 days ago

    Trump’s Sanctions Tested as U.S. Retreats From Rusal Penalty

    The financial penalties imposed on Russia’s United Co. Rusal in April were intended to punish its majority owner, billionaire Oleg Deripaska, as well as Russian President Vladimir Putin. Rusal is among the largest companies the U.S. has ever put on its sanctions designation list.

  • TheStreet.com14 days ago

    What Is Behind the Rise in Aluminum Prices?

    The alumina market has been tight over the past few months due to U.S. sanctions on Russia's United Company Rusal. Alumina price is up 45% this year, but higher prices will and have encouraged other producers to start production. Some observers have pointed to the low LME (London Metal Exchange) aluminum inventory stocks -- which are down 17% over the past few months -- as yet another bullish trigger.

  • Reuters17 days ago

    Japan Q4 aluminium premiums set 22 percent lower than Q3 - sources

    Premiums for Japanese aluminium shipments for the October to December quarter were set at $103 per tonne, down 22 percent from the previous quarter, as Asian spot premiums fell amid ample supply, four sources directly involved in the pricing talks said. The new premium compares with the $132 per tonne premium (PREM-ALUM-JP) in the July to September quarter and follows three quarters of rising premiums.

  • The Wall Street Journal20 days ago

    [$$] Aluminum Makers’ Profits Suffer as Prices Rise for Key Ingredient

    The Trump administration’s aluminum tariffs are aimed at boosting U.S. producers’ profits. The sanctions have pushed up prices for aluminum’s key ingredient, alumina, eating into the profits of U.S. producers, analysts and aluminum makers say. It takes about two tons of alumina to make one ton of aluminum and companies that had previously purchased the white powdery material from Rusal, which makes 6% of the world’s alumina, have been scrambling to get supplies from other producers, squeezing limited supplies.

  • Bloomberg26 days ago

    Deripaska's Team Sees Major Progress in Talks to Lift Sanctions

    En+ Group Plc said it has made “substantial progress” after almost six months of talks with the U.S. Treasury on lifting sanctions from Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska’s companies. There’s “more work to do to reach a formal agreement,” according to a statement from En+ on Saturday. The company, which is majority owned by Deripaska, didn’t provide any details on the talks.

  • Bloomberg26 days ago

    U.S. Extends Date for Cutting Ties With Deripaska's Rusal, En+

    The U.S. extended the deadline for cutting ties with companies controlled by Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska until just after the midterm elections, delaying a clash with Congress over the handling of sanctions against Russia. The Treasury Department announced the extension Friday, citing a potential change in control of United Co. Rusal and En+ Group Plc. The companies have approached the U.S. about “substantial corporate governance changes that could potentially result in significant changes in control,” a Treasury spokesman said in a press release without being identified.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    U.S. sets Nov. 12 deadline for investors to divest holdings of Rusal, EN+

    The U.S. Treasury said on Friday it had set a Nov. 12 deadline for investors to divest holdings of debt, equity and other assets in sanctioned Russian companies EN+ and Rusal. A deadline of Oct. 23 was in force for divesting holdings of Gaz Group, the Treasury said. The U.S. Treasury in April imposed sanctions against billionaire Oleg Deripaska and eight companies in which he is a large shareholder, including aluminum exporter Rusal, in response to what it termed "malign activities" by Russia.

  • Reuters28 days ago

    Shanghai bourse plans alumina futures draft in commodities derivatives push

    The Shanghai Futures Exchange (ShFE) aims to release a draft of an alumina futures contract in late 2018 or early 2019, after requests from the market to create a price benchmark for the feedstock used to make aluminium, an official said on Thursday. "We believe that by the end of this year or by the beginning of next year we will release a draft for discussion in public," Zhang Zhiyong, the head of ShFE's non-ferrous metals department, told AZ China's aluminium and raw materials conference in Shanghai. China's major commodity exchanges have been rushing to launch futures contracts on a range of products - from dates to electricity - in recent years as they move to tap investor risk appetite and offer the country's vast industrial sector ways to protect revenue.

  • U.S. `Takes Grenade Off the Table' With Tweak to Rusal Sanctions
    Bloomberglast month

    U.S. `Takes Grenade Off the Table' With Tweak to Rusal Sanctions

    Crucially, the U.S. said that Rusal’s existing customers could negotiate some new contracts, but stopped short of lifting the aggressive sanctions off Oleg Deripaska, the Russian billionaire who has been accused by the U.S. of links to organized crime and bribery. While the tweak shows the Treasury is responding to the aluminum industry’s concerns, it will still require further action by the U.S. to avert turmoil: without an extension of the Oct. 23 deadline, companies will have to stop all dealings with Rusal by that date. When the European aluminum industry met in Berlin last week, Rusal was largely frozen out of the contract negotiations.

  • U.S. Softens Impact of Rusal Curbs Without Lifting Sanctions
    Bloomberglast month

    U.S. Softens Impact of Rusal Curbs Without Lifting Sanctions

    The U.S. Treasury softened the impact of sanctions on United Co. Rusal by allowing customers to negotiate some new contracts, just as the global aluminum industry was bracing for further turmoil ahead of an Oct. 23 deadline. The sanctions against Rusal’s billionaire owner Oleg Deripaska have frozen the Russian aluminum giant -- the world’s top producer of the metal outside China -- out of annual contract negotiations taking place this month, threatening to disrupt supply chains for parts critical to the automotive and aerospace industries. In a set of questions and answers published late Friday, the Treasury clarified what was permitted for companies under its exemptions authorizing “maintenance” of pre-existing contracts with Rusal and several other companies controlled by Deripaska until Oct. 23.

  • Exclusive: Customers to shun Rusal at Berlin 'mating season' for 2019 aluminum deals
    Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: Customers to shun Rusal at Berlin 'mating season' for 2019 aluminum deals

    European customers will avoid deals with Russia's United Company Rusal, under U.S. sanctions, when the industry meets in Berlin next week to seal 2019 metal supply agreements, three sources familiar with the discussions said. The aluminum market has so far been sanguine about the fallout from Rusal being placed under sanctions on expectations they would be lifted in October. "We can't agree a deal with Rusal on the basis that sanctions will be lifted by Oct. 23," a Rusal customer in Europe said.

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: Customers to shun Rusal at Berlin 'mating season' for 2019 aluminium deals

    European customers will avoid deals with Russia's United Company Rusal, under U.S. sanctions, when the industry meets in Berlin next week to seal 2019 metal supply agreements, three sources familiar with the discussions said. The aluminium market has so far been sanguine about the fallout from Rusal being placed under sanctions on expectations they would be lifted in October. "We can't agree a deal with Rusal on the basis that sanctions will be lifted by Oct. 23," a Rusal customer in Europe said.

  • Reuterslast month

    Kremlin says U.S. spy efforts show it is meddling in Russia's affairs

    The Kremlin said on Monday the United States was "crudely" trying to recruit Russian nationals to act as its agents, adding that this showed Washington was meddling in Russian affairs. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov was asked during a conference call to comment on a report in the New York Times which said the F.B.I. and U.S. Justice Department had tried unsuccessfully to recruit Russian aluminium tycoon Oleg Deripaska as an informer between 2014 and 2016. "The fact is that the United States in recent years is working crudely using its intelligence services, trying to recruit Russian citizens, exerting moral and other pressure on them.... I think these incidents in the most eloquent manner testify to the attempts to interfere in Russia's internal affairs," Peskov said.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    China exporting alumina again as soaring prices upend market

    BEIJING/MELBOURNE, Aug 29 (Reuters) - China is shipping unusually high volumes of alumina for a second time this year to an international market desperate for the ingredient used to make aluminium, traders and analysts said, even as domestic prices rise and put pressure on smelters. Contracts to export over 140,000 tonnes of alumina from China were signed in July amid a favourable price arbitrage, according to consultancy CRU. China, the world's top aluminium producer, has rarely exported significant volumes of alumina.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Russia may buy aluminium for state stocks to support Rusal - minister

    Russia has a plan to support world No.2 aluminium producer Rusal against U.S. sanctions put in place in April, including by purchasing the metal for state stocks, Industry Minister Denis Manturov told reporters on Tuesday. The U.S. Treasury Department placed Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska and Rusal, which he controls, on a blacklist that month, freezing the bulk of the company's exports, paralysing its supply chain and scaring off many customers. The sanctions caused major disruptions to global aluminium markets, although Rusal's international customers were given until Oct. 23 to wind down business with the company.